Mid-Week lunch at E Noodles Cafe

I found E Noodles Cafe on Yelp and it looked very familiar to food that Will and I had recently with his family in Flushing (we had take-out). Will and I have never been to this restaurant or knew that existed and we came here for a late lunch last month.

It's very spacious with modern decor. Customer service is top notch! The staff is friendly and helpful. I think they knew that Will and I were new customers because the waitress kindly told us their best dishes, but lucky for us I already did my research on Yelp so I knew what we could try.

Steamed Rice Noodle Rolls
You've probably saw this picture in this post, but I wanted to share that I saw this on Yelp and knew it was a must-have. I love steamed rice noodles and love it even more so when it's bathed in peanut and hoisin sauce. It's absolutely wonderful and delicious! A truly satisfying dish!

Sampan (Tengzhai) Congee & Fried Cruller
You've also probably seen this in the same post as the Steamed Rice Noodle Rolls too. Will introduced the Tengzhai Congee to me.I absolutely love it! I never knew about this congee until recently. The congee includes pork, fresh sliced fish, peanuts, fried cruller, shrimp, squid, scallops,and etc. A great food to have especially on cold, wintry days!

Soy Sauce Stir-Fried Noodle
We also ordered the Soy Sauce Stir-Fried Noodle which wasn't what I thought it would be. It wasn't the best one I've had and didn't taste like the ones I've had before. It was extremely salty and I personally wouldn't recommend ordering this item.

Overall, I enjoyed our experience at E Noodles Cafe. I plan to make a trip in the near future because I'd like to try their other dishes. This is definitely a good and quiet spot to come for brunch or lunch with family or friends. 


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